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We are a privately owned Australian company specializing in trading the financial markets. The purpose of this website is to share our analysis and interpretation of the financial markets with interested visitors. We use a variety of technical analysis indicators, tools and charting software and we analyze various markets in multiple timeframes. While we are fascinated by the fractal behaviour of markets and mass psychology of traders to understand the big picture pattern and patterns that repeat, we rely on objective trading methods such as "Moving Average Channel" (MAC) taught by Jake Bernstein for our Trade Set-
We mostly trade these markets as position and swing traders and sometimes we dabble in day trading;
Standard & Poor 500 (SPX) -
ASX 200 (Aussie200) -
Cash Gold (XAUUSD)
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The Primary and Secondary trend of the market (S&P500) as indicated by the slope of 50,100 & 200 Exponential Moving Averages is stilll clearly BULLISH (Has been regardless of the Taper talk, Syria situation, Fed Chairman nomination and the Debt stand-
However there is a growing divergence between S&P500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average. S&P500 made a new high last week but DJIA did not. Dow Transports made a new high but DJIA did not. Further, while S&P500 made new highs on Wed, Thu and Fri, Momentum (RSI) did not. Is this divergence warning us that the rally is tiring? Is there a Black Swan event directly ahead? We think so because it is precisely at such times where traders are complacent without a worry, even arrogant and there is no sign of any trouble ahead that danger lurks ahead for the Bulls.
S&P500 may decline from around 1760-
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